Elisabeth BergdahlTitle: Senior Lecturer School/office: School of Health Sciences
Phone: +46 19 303655
Articles in journals |
Articles in journals
Hemberg, J. & Bergdahl, E. (2020). Dealing with ethical and existential issues at end of life through co-creation. Nursing Ethics, 27 (4), 1012-1031.
Hemberg, J. & Bergdahl, E. (2020). Ethical sensitivity and perceptivness in palliative home care through co-creation. Nursing Ethics, 27 (2), 446-460.
Hemberg, J. & Bergdahl, E. (2019). Cocreation as a Caring Phenomenon: Nurses' Experiences in Palliative Home Care. Holistic Nursing Practice, 33 (5), 273-284.
Bergdahl, E. (2019). Is meta-aggregation a viable method for qualitative evidence synthesis?: A reply to the commentary by Lockwood et al.. Nursing Inquiry, 26 (4).
Bergdahl, E. (2019). Is meta-synthesis turning rich descriptions into thin reductions?: A criticism of meta-aggregation as a form of qualitative synthesis. Nursing Inquiry, 26 (1).
Bergdahl, E. , Ternestedt, B. , Berterö, C. & Andershed, B. (2019). The theory of a co-creative process in advanced palliative home care nursing encounters: A qualitative deductive approach over time. Nursing Open, 6 (1), 175-188.
Solbakken, R. , Bergdahl, E. , Rudolfsson, G. & Bondas, T. (2018). International Nursing: Caring in Nursing Leadership – A Meta-ethnography From the Nurse Leader's Perspective. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 42 (4), E1-E19.
Bergdahl, E. & Berterö, C. M. (2016). Concept analysis and the building blocks of theory: misconceptions regarding theory development. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72 (10), 2558-2566.
Bergdahl, E. & Berterö, C. M. (2015). The myth of induction in qualitative nursing research. Nursing Philosophy, 16 (2), 110-120.
Bergdahl, E. , Benzein, E. , Ternestedt, B. , Elmberger, E. & Andershed, B. (2013). Co-creating possibilities for patients in palliative care to reach vital goals: a multiple case study of home-care nursing encounters. Nursing Inquiry, 20 (4), 341-351.
Bergdahl, E. , Benzein, E. , Ternestedt, B. & Andershed, B. (2011). Development of nurses' abilities to reflect on how to create good caring relationships with patients in palliative care: an action research approach. Nursing Inquiry, 18 (2), 111-122.
Bergdahl, E. , Wikström, B. & Andershed, B. (2007). Esthetic abilities: a way to describe abilities of expert nurses in palliative home care. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16 (4), 752-760.